Story: My grandfather traveled extensively for work ( physicist ) and on one trip passing through Heathrow he purchased a six pack of Martell. My grandparents drank very little really so the box was never was opened. Sat upright in the back of a bedroom closet for decades until I discovered it 8 years ago while clearing out the house for sale. I have included a photo of the tag/label from exterior of box. A date of 4/62 is printed on the Pan Am tag.
Text on label: J. & F. Martell
3 starts across top label
Location: United States
Bottle size: I don't know
Seal: Yes, a metal seal - in good condition
Production year: Around 1962. I'm basing this on the baggage tag from airport
With box: No
LOT - 20257
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